Saturday, March 29, 2008

Suitcase Found??????

65if2007 (a contributer of comments here) seems to have found the suitcase. Tonight he posted this on the "Nothing is Real" discussion group:

The zippered pouch has nothing in it.

The main pouch is fastened by a lock.

I can't get at what's inside it without breaking the lock or the strap attached to the lock.

Without doing that, I was able to retrieve a 1976 edition of Crowley's "Book of the Law".

There's a larger item inside that's wrapped in paper that I would have to pry the lock off or break the strap off to see. Am I supposed to do that? Or is Iamaphoney going to send me the key?


He also wrote this...

YOU DIDN'T LISTEN. ST. PAUL!

...about seven times!

7 comments:

Zakk said...

I say break the bastard open, what have you got to lose,eh?

No said...

If that is Mal Evans bag, it could be valuable.

Anonymous said...

Paul McCartney Double Says He Wants Out

;oP

Anonymous said...

Mills made threatening gesture to McCartney's lawyer

Anonymous said...

Why in the world are we not hearing more about this bag? I'm afraid that all the "details" so far gleaned from it could be pieced together by watching the last few vids on it. A lock cannot be all that valuable (we're not burning the Nag Hammadi manuscripts here!)- DO WHAT THOU WILT, MAN!!!

:(

I smell a phoney.

65if2007 said...

*****I say break the bastard open, what have you got to lose,eh?*****

All right; all right; I broke the damn thing open and exposed its contents.

Amy said...

Finally, Tiberio also serves, apparently with distinction, as the maestro di canto at Siena's venerable Santa Maria della Scala, where he directs the music and schools the orphans in rudiments of singing and counterpoint. He is credited with being an excellent teacher and making significant musical improvements during his tenure there (D'Accone 597; Reardon 123-126). A taste of the Big Apple, "Bones" style came to the South Plains in the form of Mister John Fedchock, world renouned jazz tenor trombonist, accompanied by the Texas Tech University Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Mister Steve Jones. Recorded some video to share with you, but things got pretty wild and unequalized home video just didn't do it justice. Mister Fechock's repertoire ranged from jazz, to modern Big Band, to salsa with "Brazilian Fantasy" one of his original compositions finnishing off the performance. In the true tradition of jazz "changes" or lead solos varied greatly piano, drums, saxophone, once during the show Mister Fedchock was even doubled by another trombonist. Due to the nature of the concert I was unable to get everyones names (the program simply read selections to be announced by Mister Fedchock during the performance) but I will say that whether the stage band member was soloing or keeping up- and I do mean keeping up- they did a great job. c. 1599-Venice, Italy: A copy of Giovanni Gabrieli's Christmas motet, "Quis est iste qui venit" from Sacrae Symphoniae (1597), names players and their instruments, showing that trombones, cornetts, and bassoon, though not specifically indicated in the music, are used in performance (Charteris, Performance of Giovanni Gabrieli's Vocal Works). 1845-Prague, Czech Republic: A drawing satirizing the Prague music conservatory (Satira na prazsk hudebn konzervativce ) includes at least one rear-facing trombone (see upper-left of below image), and probably two (see upper-right) (public domain image) (Volek, pl. 315). 76 trombones led the big parade pink panther trombone sheet music